CORAL OCEAN Lurssen
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Built in 1994 and last updated in 2016, 73m/238ft luxury yacht CORAL OCEAN (ex.CORAL ISLAND) from Lurssen features the interior and exterior styling of long-established designers Bannenberg & Rowell. Her accommodation sleeps up to 12 guests over six large cabins.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~ Approved RYA Water Sports Centre ~Fully-equipped gym with steam room ~Sundeck plunge pool ~Private TV lounge ~Barbeque area ~Numerous sunbathing spots
From the swim platform, staircases connect to the main deck aft where the stern contains two separate sunbathing areas fitted with spongy sun pads. Under the shade of the upper deck hardtop, there is storage for two large tenders, leaving the lower deck free for guest facilities.
The upper deck aft also places two sun pads on the port and starboard sides of the stern with sweeping views. Under the shade of the hard top, there is a large and beautifully appointed dining table for delicious meals made even more memorable by the ambience of the location.
On the top deck, the extended overhang mirrors the upper deck to provide stern sunpads on both sides, and the central space is dedicated to an elongated barbeque bar for savoury meals outside.
The luscious sundeck will be a favourite with guests night and day, offering an illuminated plunge pool on the bow surrounded by padded seats for guests to cool off together. Behind, steps lead up to raised sunpads and space for guests to put their feet up and dine alfresco out of the sun.
The lower deck connects through from the swim platform to the comprehensively equipped gym, where guests can wear off energy before bed time and spend time in the modern steam room to unwind.
The main deck forward is dedicated to the crew, providing accommodation and facilities such as a galley and laundry. The aft half belongs to the guests, and the main salon is a delightful, entertaining environment with cream furnishings and gold panelling with bold patterns for accents following an African theme. The bulwark opens up to expose the interior to the fresh breeze and ambient sounds of the anchorage while guests relax in comfort and style.
The forward formal dining area is separated from the main salon for a more personal dining experience that centres the attention on the company and the occasion. Two circular dining tables seat seven guests each, and they can be joined together to serve a total of 18 guests.
The upper deck layout contains a forward VIP stateroom that has its private TV lounge fitted with the latest audio-visual technology. Behind the upper deck foyer is the sky lounge for guests to gather together for games and conversation after a lavish dinner out on the upper deck aft. Curved sofas flow around glass coffee tables to make smaller sitting areas for guests to engage in more personal conversations. The decor follows the same colour scheme of the main salon and unique art and sculptures characterise this inviting space.
CORAL OCEAN Specifications
|Beam:||13.00m (42' 8")|
|L.O.A.:||72.60m (238' 2")|
|Max Speed:||17 knots|
|Engines:||2 x 3516hp CAT|
|Cruise Speed:||14 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Lurssen, Jon Bannenberg, Jon Bannenberg|
|Locations:||St Tropez, Napa Valley , Propriano, Cyclade Islands, Cote d Azur, The French West Indies, California, Gulf Islands|
On the top deck, the foyer leads to an outside section where a staircase connects to the sundeck and the plunge pool. Forward of this alfresco section is a marvellous Master suite sporting an open-plan lounge boasting panoramic forward views, a bathroom with bathtub and showers and a walk-in wardrobe.
A pair of 3516HP CAT engines produces a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
The spacious owners suite is located on the top deck with a fantastic sleeping area and magnificent panoramic views from the forward-facing wraparound windows. The bathroom is ultra luxurious with a large bath area and a separate shows, as well as a spacious dressing room. The upper deck boasts the deluxe VIP suite forward, which also features a private lounge with a massive tv screen. A port door leads up to the owners suite. Numerous doors and in the VIP suite can be opened for fresh air and indoor-outdoor flow. En suite bathroom has an over bath shower, furthermore the suite includes a dressing area and private study, complemented by amazing sea views. The lower deck is a home to the guests suites offering ultimate comfort and tranquility. There are two king size cabins and two double cabins, all with en suite bathroom with an over-the-bath shower.
Amenities and Extras
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'...total originality in yacht design has become more difficult to attain following Jon Bannenberg’s masterful levels of creative daring.' - “I don’t want to lead everything back to my dad — but it’s well known and accepted that, whether it’s his big round windows, or certain lines, or a way of treating wings on a superstructure, they all inspired many people and I think that’s fair game. I think all people’s design processes, whether subliminal or not, are recalling something — whether it’s something that’s stirred, or triggered something, or sparked an idea, or an unintentional homage to someone.” - Dickie Bannenberg talks of yacht design and his father Jon Bannenberg's groundbreaking work.